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Over the next few weeks, Congress will rewrite the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Will public schools exit the era of “test and punish,” and “narrow curriculum” and enter a period characterized more by “opportunity for all” and a “well-rounded education”? It hangs on how these five critical issues are addressed.
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